Upcoming Symposium on the Basic Science behind Male Fertility
On October 13, the U.S. National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) and the Campion Fund will co-host a one-day symposium on Advances in Andrology: The Basic Science behind Fertility. The agenda spans a wide variety of topics from stem cell biology and environmental impact on male reproduction to translational research from bench to bedside.
Several thought leaders in male reproductive biology will be presenting, including Haifan Lin from Yale Stem Cell Center, Blanche Capel from Duke University, Marty Matzuk from Baylor College of Medicine, Tracy Bale from the University of Maryland, Chris Geyer from Eastern Carolina University; Jannette Defour from Texas Tech University; Tony DeFalco from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital; Matthew Coward from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and Debra Wolgemuth from Columbia University.
The symposium will be held at NIEHS offices on TW Alexander Drive in Research Triangle Park, NC, beginning at 7:30 AM. This event is free for all NIEHS members. Those not affiliated with NIEHS can register here. Advance registration is required as access to the facility must be pre-arranged.